Outlet ofuro in the milky way! – SOLD OUT !

Tanabata Festival in Edo (Hiroshige, 1852)
Tanabata Festival in Edo (Hiroshige, 1852)

(sorry, sold out…)

Today, July 7th is a special day all over Japan where people celebrate Tanabata, the Star Festival.
It is about the story of two lovers: Princess Orihime, the cloth weaver, and Hikoboshi, the cow herder who lived on the other side of the Milky Way. (Also associated with the two stars Vega and Altair)
The two fell in love and married but their love and devotion were so deep that Orihime stopped weaving and Hikoboshi neglected his cattle. 
King Tentei, (Orihime’s father) became angry and forbade the lovers to be together, but Orihime got very sad, so King Tentei decreed that the two star-crossed lovers could meet once a year– on the 7th day of the 7th month … if … if they presented him a bartok design`s ofuro !!

The two lovers did not have a lot of savings but they found a perfect model in the outlet corner and took advantage of the cheap yen, so they immediately ordered it. King Tentei was tantalized by the refined aroma and silky texture of the ofuro: forgave the lovers on the spot, and everybody lived happily ever after.

Wow !
Well, the story has been slightly modified to fit this device … anyway, the takeaway is that if you are relaxed and energized, everybody around you will become happy in a win-win situation.

And like every July 7th, now it is your unique opportunity to secure a new and pristine outlet tub to enjoy life also the other 364 days of the year \(^o^)/
Details are shining here below:

sizes: L1300mm x W750mm x H630mm (external dimensions) 550mm(depth)

1) Japanese Sawara Cypress wood AB grade bathtub (quartersawn): 426,000. JPY(too good to be true!)
2) Packaging: 150x95x83cm plywood box: 41,000. JPY
3) transportation: to be quoted (please let us know your exact address and postal code: we 
will provide a quotation before you purchase the tub)  

pdf drawing: outlet240707

Note: we cannot ship to the milky way at the moment, please indicate an address on planet earth…